Thursday, October 18, 2012

Photo Overload

Have you ever scrapbooked a sequence of photos? Or a group of photos all taken at the same time? Well, that's the chaos that is this page...


Last summer during orientation my co-workers a.k.a summer camp group leaders, all dressed as snow white and the seven dwarves. We're famous for photo shoots and this was no exception. My bff D got 40 shots on her camera card one after another of us being crazy. THIS is what camp is all about for me. These are the outtakes-the ones that didn't make the picture frame. But, they tell their own story too.

I kept it simple with a cardstock background and a few mist droplets. There's very little embelishment but I don't think it needs much! There's enough going on here don't you think? One thing I did to emphasize and break up the pics were mat a few of them and use pop dots to give them some dimension.

I added my title in the block to break up the picture collage, using a Kelly Purkey chevron stamp for a little background. I also added a little faux stitching as a little boarder.


An Amy Tangerine flower, a little camera stamp and a flag with 'Oh Snap' was enough to decorate this page. A little journaling along the top tells the very simple story-basically we're all a little nuts.



P.S: if you are looking for a closer look click on the layout photo and check out some of those poses. I'm in the orange. Don't judge.


  1. Oh wow!! Love what you did with all the photos, great collage!!

  2. wow! amazing LO, Krista. did you print wallets or reduce the photos size in Photoshop?

    1. I made photo collages in Picasa actually-it will re-size it for you depending on the number of photos you chose to collage. And Picasa is FREE.

  3. This is an awesome idea! I love how you framed and popped some of the photos. What a great idea showing what camp is all about!

  4. Love! Especially love how the focal photos pop:)